The Smiths have spoken!
So are they or aren't they??
Well, the Suicide Squad actor took to Facebook on Monday, writing:
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Her Comedy Central sketch show Inside Amy Schumer was nominated for FIVE awards, including Outstanding Variety Sketch Series, Writing, Directing, Guest Actor for Paul Giamatti.
Amy herself got a nod in the highly competitive Best Actress In A Comedy Series category!
And that just makes her feel… well, let's say she's buzzing with excitement! She said:
And rightfully so!
Tatiana Maslany FINALLY got nominated for an Emmy and it's all we've been waiting for since her BBC America sci-fi show, Orphan Black, premiered in 2013.
She's been snubbed by the Television Academy for the past two years, which totally enraged members of the Clone Club, the cute name bestowed on the faithful fans of the show.
The 29-year-old has played not one, not two, but at least TEN different characters over the course of the series, and what's astounding is how incredibly different each one is.
The actress plays clones with different backstories, sexual orientations, gender identities, and her acting is SO awesome that viewers constantly have to remind themselves that each character is played by the same person.
But it seems they don't need to plead with the Academy anymore, because, at long last, Tatiana's incredible work has earned her an nod!
And, she's totally over the moon! Tati adorably reacted to the news by using Twitter to thank her loyal followers for supporting her show:
Another year, another award show!
The time has come again to see who the best of the best is in television!
But what's better than that is we have the celeb reactions on Twitter!
Just a few minutes ago, the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations were announced — and some of the nominations really surprised us!
One interesting nomination was Orange is the New Black for outstanding drama series — the show switched categories from comedy after the Emmys decided to group all hour-long programs in the drama category!
The biggest surprise of the announcement could be for the presenters — OITNB's Uzo Aduba and So You Think You Can Dance? host Cat Deeley (who was subbing in for John Stamos).
Aduba was surprised with a nomination for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series while Deely received a nod for outstanding reality show host!
Check out the full list of nominations (below) to see if your favorite actors made the cut!
UPDATE 11:37 AM EST: Bethenny just tweeted, "Wow #somanyboyfriendssolittletime How did I manage to be at a @Dodgers game & be in the Hamptons at the same time?!!! @ericstonestreet."
However, she isn't refuting the gossip! We find the rumored relationship and its details oddly specific!
And the award for most random couple goes to…
Bethenny Frankel and Eric Stonestreet!
Yes, you heard us right!
According to sources, the Real Housewives star and the Modern Family actor are totally dating!
While this may come as a shock to many, the two have been canoodling for quite some time!
In May, the 44-year-old businesswoman and the 43-year-old thespian were spotted (above) at the 2015 CAA Upfronts Celebration Party in NYC.
During the same month, the former football player even posted a photo on his Instagram of his new gal and fellow RHONY star Carole Radziwill!
The word of the day is SAD.
That's because one of Sesame Street's most longtime residents Maria is retiring after an amazing 44 years!
Maria — played by actress Sonia Manzano — joined the show way back in 1971, a year we're assured really existed, and not just on TV!
Sonia announced her retirement during an address at the American Library Association Annual Conference on Tuesday to both shock and grief from fans.
During her time on the Street, the Latina role model won 15 Emmys for her writing and was nominated twice for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series for her time onscreen.
The next generation to watch Sesame Street will be a little worse off for not having her around. See some of her best moments through the years (below)!
On Thursday, Jon Stewart dedicated two segments to the tragic hate crime that resulted in the deaths of nine people in Charleston, SC on Wednesday evening. The political satirist had no intention of making this week's shooting spree into a funny moment.
He shared with the audience:
"I have nothing for you."
However, he took his time in front of the camera to appeal to the American public that this incident was more than a massacre but a terrorist attack.